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- Georgia Southern Theatre production about 1998 hate crime to stream April 8The Masquers on the Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus will stream a production of “The Laramie Project” from April 8 through 11.
- Public health education soars in wake of pandemicMaybe a silver lining can be found from the COVID-19 pandemic, as interest in public health education is soaring at U.S. colleges and universities, says a nationally prominent public health professor.
- Women in the Arts Symposium to feature students, faculty, best-selling authorKaitlyn Anderson, a junior 3D studio art major, will be one of many students presenting their research at the Women in the Arts Symposium, presented by the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art at Georgia Southern University. The interdisciplinary symposium is on April 1 from 1:30 to 5 p.m. on Zoom and will feature presentations from students and faculty, as well as a panel discussion with academic, author and comedian Bertice Berry, Ph.D.
- Georgia Southern professor to host virtual program on ancient JerusalemGeorgia Southern University associate professor of religious studies Dan Pioske, Ph.D., will host an hourlong virtual learning experience that will retrace Jerusalem’s history from its earliest settlement until its destruction by the Babylonian Empire in 586 BCE.
- Georgia Southern University to promote sustainable practices during Southern Sustainability WeekDonovan Clayton, a senior civil engineering major and sustainability fellow through the Office of Leadership and Community Engagement (OLCE) at Georgia Southern University, knows that developing a long-term sustainable lifestyle may seem overwhelming. However, he’s looking forward to showing his peers, faculty and staff at the University just how easy it can be during Southern Sustainability Week, March 29 through April 2.
- Georgia Southern senior art exhibition transports viewers to new realityFour senior art students on the Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus in Savannah will showcase their ability to transport viewers to a new reality in the exhibition “Anywhere but Here,” which will be on display in the Fine Arts Gallery from March 22 to April 9.
- Georgia Southern student improv troupe to perform comedy show on Armstrong CampusThe Georgia Southern University Last Laugh Improv Troupe will perform two completely improvised shows on March 25 and 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the International Gardens on the Armstrong Campus in Savannah.
- Georgia Southern named No. 2 on master’s in higher education administration rankingsGeorgia Southern University’s M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration was ranked No.2 in the country by BestValueSchools.org, an organization that examines online educational opportunities and resources for potential students.